The SVRP aims to encourage volunteerism amongst students while developing their interest in cybersecurity. It is organised by the Association of Information Security Professionals and backed by the Cyber Security Agency of Singapore (CSA), with support from the National Youth Council and private sector players; Singtel, Trend Micro, Booz Allen Hamilton and Ensign InfoSecurity.

The programme will see the involvement of institutions such as Institute of Technical Education, Polytechnics and Universities in Singapore with educators encouraging students to explore their potential in cybersecurity and develop their personal and professional abilities through volunteerism. Currently, the programme is only open to existing full-time students in local Institutes of Higher Learning (IHL).

AISP President, Dr Steven Wong said: “The SVRP provides students with opportunities to hone their interest in cybersecurity and make broad and in-depth contributions. The involvement of our partners who are key industry players, such as Singtel and Ensign InfoSecurity, allow students to gain industry experience and eventually become cybersecurity professionals to meet the growing demand for such talents in Singapore today.”

To find out more about SVRP and on how you can contribute and/or participate in SVRP, please contact Freddy at Freddy.Tan at or write to our secretariat team at Secretariat at

The SVRP Awards Ceremony was held on 6 Nov 19 (Wed) at Lifelong Learning Institute Event Hall with Senior Minister of State for Culture, Community and Youth, and Communications and Information, Ms Sim Ann as the Guest of Honour. She will be presenting the awards to the Gold winners. The awards Ceremony is sponsored by:

Click here to view the photos of the Student Volunteer Recognition Awards Ceremony and Seminar in 2019.